Celebrating 25 Years of Reporting
For a Changing World
Unbiased Coverage is Always Relevant
E&E News was founded 25 years ago to rigorously explore the ever-evolving landscape of energy and the environment. To inform and empower policymakers, industry leaders, and educators with penetrating coverage and fact-driven insights—deep stories with diverse perspectives.
A History of Access and Exploration
We strive to bring transparency to environmental and energy policy, providing policymakers, industry leaders, and educators unobstructed access to today’s issues. We don’t just share the latest news, we give readers the deep understanding they need to appreciate its significance—past, present, and future.
A Full Spectrum of Topics and Perspectives
We pride ourselves on providing the widest breadth of energy and environmental coverage.
- Air and Water Pollution
- Climate Policy and Politics
- Congress and Federal Agencies
- Corporate Sustainability
- Electric Utilities
- Oil, Natural Gas, Coal, Nuclear and Renewables
- Public Lands and Endangered Species
- Regulations and Legal Actions
- Science and Technology Innovation
- State Legislation and Issues
- Transportation and Infrastructure
Recognition and Awards
Honorable Mention from the Society for Advancing Business Editing and Writing (SABEW) for David Ferris’ feature on
Honorable Mention from North American Agricultural Journalists (NAAJ) for Marc Heller’s farm reporting.
First place for Outstanding Beat Reporting Award from Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Dateline Awards, for Hannah Northey and Kevin Bogardus’ reporting on wetlands.
Excellence in Journalism Award from Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Detroit Chapter for Hannah Northey’s coverage of climate change and flooding in Detroit.
Third Place for Outstanding Beat Reporting from Society of Environmental Journalists (SEJ) for Hannah Northey and Kevin Bogardus’ reporting on wetlands.
Finalist for Beat Reporting Award from Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ) Dateline Awards, for Ariel Wittenberg and E.A Crunden’s reporting on PFAS.